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Baba Ramdev shop, Ilford

Posted on April 5, 2013 at 2:33 PM Comments comments ()
Regularly people look up Ramdev shop in Ilford on Google or some search engine, and they find their way to my blog.
Swami Ramdev is an enlightened personality, who has spread the wealth of yoga and good health to the world.  Together with his enlightened fellow Mahayogi, Acharya Balkrishan, he has found many herbs which are mentioned in the ancient works of Patanjali, and produced herbal remedies for many ailments (please believe me, I think the Sanjeevni is good for flu, even swine flu, from what I understand). 
They have devised ways of breathing and exercise that is bound to be beneficial to good health. 
When you hear the phrase 'chemicalisation of blood' (especially in the works of Parmahansa Yogananda), one can relate that to the subtle renewal of the body spirits through Yoga exercises and taking herbal remedies.
Baba Ramdev always brings a vibrant energy into the gatherings, and he is always followed by several thousand people at each event.  His mission is to be good and do good to all humanity.  He is so blessed, and I greatly admire him.
The shop in Ilford is at 855 High Road, Goodmayes, IG3, not far from Tesco.
It is open only on Saturdays between 10.30 and 4 pm.
Other days by appointment. 
Telephone numbers are : 0208 590 7900,
mobile : 07427221501; 07956376303; 07904372501.
Thanks to visits by the Queen to Ilford, and visits by many enlightened personalities from India, I believe Ilford is one of the happiest towns in the world.
Kind regards,

Thanks to Search Engines...w/e 29/9/12

Posted on September 29, 2012 at 11:01 AM Comments comments ()
Thanks very much to all the staff at Search Engines, for indexing me continually and hence enabling lot more people find my website and blog, which is beginning to get a growing number of visitors each week, I am happy to note.
Thanks in particular to : - Tops, many many weeks consecutively.  Thanks!
                             -  Google  .com,,   .ca    The thrillion dollar superbrain always delivers
                             -  Facebook,   Myspace,  Delicious....  staid as always
                             -    and - new ones this week from Ukraine.
                                (Say hello to Yulia Tymoshenko, who I would nominate for the Nobel Prize
                                  - she is a heroine who saved people in Europe from a freezing death by
                                     opening the gas taps one Saturday afternoon, and for which she is now in
                                     hospital under prison guard).
Lot of people are looking for Baba Ramdev Shop in Seven Kings, Ilford.  Their telephone number is
0208-590 7900, and they are open mainly on Wednesday and Saturday, other days by appointment.
They have run out of stock of most of the very useful herbal remedies for diabetes and cholestrol, and they had something for Bird Flu but the W.H.O. has not yet certified it as such.  Sira's Supermarket in Southall may be able to provide details of a stockist.  Online, you can search at  in Glasgow and buy your items direct by post.
That's all for now.  Wish you good health, and I would appreciate your comments.
Kind regards,

Baba Ramdev, Ilford Shop

Posted on September 7, 2012 at 5:18 AM Comments comments ()
Couple of visitors to my website have searched for Baba Ramdev shop in Ilford.
This is at junction of Seven Kings High Road and Barley Lane.
There telephone number is 0208-590 7900, they only open on Wednesdays and Saturdays, and have limited supply of the herbal products, due to restrictions by the govt of U.K.  These are products made by Patanjali Yogpeeth of Uttrakhand, India, and have been found to be very beneficial for health.  They are sold at prices which reflect the idea of being affordable by even the poorest.  Patanjali Yogpeeth is a charitable organisation.  When the shop was open full time, they used to have a stream of visitors every day, and lot of the people I have personally spoken with said the products are very beneficial.
Of course it takes pressure off the hard-pressed NHS doctors and hospitals as people spend some of their own money to buy herbal products at very affordable rates and make themselves better.  The benefits to well-being are  worthwhile.   In view of this I hope the U.K. government will consider a plea to waive off unnecessary red-tape in the distribution of these herbal products.  It keeps a lot of well-meaning people doing voluntary work in this sector to provide their services and be productively busy.
Kind regards,

RBS to be nationzalised?

Posted on August 2, 2012 at 3:23 AM Comments comments ()
The Royal Bank of Scotland which was bailed out by the British Taxpayers after the crash of 2008, is said to be receiving the parliamentary nod to be nationalised.  About time too.  This institution could serve a great purpose, with its huge network of branches. 
All it would need to do would be to have a new agenda, to serve the local customers, provide mortgages to people on limited incomes and people wishing to buy their Council houses.  Just that mechanism would unlock a lot of wealth and talent that lies dormant in Britain, and which was previously helped to flourish under the policies of Baroness Thatcher.
This, together with central government policy to review the uniform business rate and perhaps encourage commercial property owners to have a think on flexible rents may, just may, make the local town centres and suburban High Streets spark up with life once more. 
It would be an excellent move.
Kind regards,

Government investment for English High Streets

Posted on July 25, 2012 at 11:06 AM Comments comments ()
The BBC tv carries a story today, highlighting the plight of the English High Streets facing competition from online shopping and bricks-and-mortar shops having to shut down.  Good news seems to be that the government is putting forward £1.5 milliion to help 15 town centres improve their appearances.  This seems like £100,000 per town centre, and while it may appear enough for superficial improvements and putting some flower baskets and things around town, probably more is needed to help breathe more life into the shopping experience.
I chatted with a local Councillor in Ilford a few months ago.  He is a Senior Councillor with a lot of experience.  I asked him what the Council was able to do to help local businesses.  "Not much," he said, to my shock and surprise.  "I did not become a Councillor to see businesses close and people lose their jobs.  But there is not much that we can do, I am sorry to say."
"Can't you reduce the uniform business rates?  That could help businesses survive."
"No, afraid not.  That is to do with Central government.  They fix the rates.  We the local government just collect it."
Obviously, the central government could do something to help.  Or would chance be a fine thing?
Here is an opportunity for the government mandarins to do something to help the economic slide from getting worse.
"What about the shop landlords reducing the rents?"
"They are all individuals and different landlords," the Councillor explained.
"Don't they have a local chamber or something?" I enquired.
"Maybe you will be surprised to hear - but : No, there is no local body of landlords" 
Here's another collective body that needs to be set up.
These two measures, plus bright ideas which businesses can dream up to rescue their businesses, could bring the shopping experience back to life, together with thriving High Streets. 
And, oh yes, now that the Chancellor has decided to pump ready money into the economy, it will be very effective if the money is actually loaned out to local businesses and entrepreneurs, including those being encouraged to become self-employed.  Money begets money, and work and enterprise creates wealth.
Kind regards,

"Heavenly Father, are you really there?"

Posted on July 15, 2012 at 3:36 PM Comments comments ()
Today at the Ilford Church of Jesus-Christ of the Latter-Day Saints, it was a time for the Fowles Family bidding us Goodye, as they are returning home to Utah after serving here for five and a half years.
"It was a cold January morning," recalled John, "when we first arrived in Ilford.  The Church gates were not open at 9am, we were that early, so we took a walk around the parish of Ilford.  And here we saw people from all nationalities, India, Nigeria, Pakistan, Jamaica, almost everywhere."  John was even more thrilled that as he did God's calling and connected with the local community, he saw many people turn to Christ through this church by getting baptised, attending Sunday service, attending Fireside chats, bringing their young ones to the Bible study lessons and get-togethers.  "We have all become disciples of Jesus Christ and become one big family."  These are sentiments which have a reality in the way we all respond to one another in this Church, which is a family church, where every Sunday and every get-together becomes a joyful occassion, showing in the gladness of heart.  We are indeed blessed at this Church with Bishop Onoalapo and his family, who welcome all and manifest the true message of Christ.
Mrs Allison Fowles quoted King Benjamin from the Book of Mormon (which is a complementary text to the Bible) on the purpose of coming to Church and fellowship :"That we may learn wisdom.  When you are in the service to your fellow-men, you are in the service of God". 
Katie, Christine and Marianne Fowles, who are primary school children, stood at the podium and said a few words of how they have enjoyed being here and how much they will miss their big Church family.  "When we sow, we know the good seeds grow." that's wisdom from one of them.  Another said that "we knew that Heavenly Father was on our side".  Such wisdom and such innate faith show the inspiration this Church imbues people with, and why more and more people are turning to Christ, and why the Ilford ward is a place attracting a growing number of people, from all countries and backgrounds, Punjab, Gujarat, Ghana, Zimbabwe, Philipines, and other places.
In closing, the congregation sung the hymn, "Glorious Things of Thee are Spoken".
So too of those who serve in His name, including the Fowles family, who have helped restore faith in many a broken heart.
(written by Duru-darshan
Melchizedek Priest)

Thanks, Search Engines! 8.6.12

Posted on June 8, 2012 at 2:47 PM Comments comments ()
Thanks to Search Engines for helping people find way to my website and blog ...
   -  tops, 21st week running! 
   - - thanks!
   -,, and - very pleased!
   - I only opened my Facebook account yesterday, already some traffic via Facebook
       - interesting (i.e. great and useful) social networking platform.  I didn't realise
          how many friends my friends have who are now mutual friends!
Much appreciating, thanks.

Jubilee Celebrations at the LDS Church, Ilford

Posted on June 5, 2012 at 3:44 PM Comments comments ()
In a true spirit of celebration, the Ilford branch of the Church of Latter-Day Saints organised an afternoon party today, over this long Diamond Jubilee Weekend.  There was a BBQ, with Sam serving sausages and hamburgers.  A football open was in play, with kids and parents, Elders and everyone wishing to joining in.  Lots of chairs had been laid out, and it was well attended, with about 70 people turning up.  It was a true jamboree atmosphere, with flags and bunting.  Some brought their Union Jack hats.  It was a truely fun atmosphere for the congregation and casual visitors, Missionairies from Colarado, Utah and other states, as well as members from Ilford, Chandigarh, Kenya, Zimbabwe, Nigeria, Spain, Lithuania, etc.
It was Kaka's birthday, and we all sang him a Happy Birthday.  He is from Pakistan, and has become a follower of Christ with dedication.  He serves the church, and attends on various occassions.  He is well-liked in this crowd.
The Afro-Caribean brothers and sisters were playing some music, and I went and boogied alone, and soon lots of people left their shyness and joined in.  It was fun dancing to some Michael Jackson numbers.  That Christ-like rockstar brought peoples hearts together....
Josie and Barbara took to the dance floor, and jived away.  Their faces lit up with the spirit of celebration.  Dancing with them made me too feel twenty years younger.  Only twenty?
The Missionary Sisters were subtly dressed in blue, white and red, and had little electric fans
which when switched on said "ENGLAND".  mAGIC! 
Thanks to Bishop Onaolapo and his family, and President John Fowles and his family, it was a well-organised party, informal and fun to attend.  A refreshing, perfect afternoon's entertainment.
Sister Stevenson took my photograph at East Grinstead Temple yesterday.  Now it is on Facebook. 
Now people can put a face to my name!
Kind regards,

Happy Diamond Jubilee!

Posted on June 2, 2012 at 3:32 PM Comments comments ()
To Her Majesty the Queen and HRH The Duke of Edinburgh
Many congratulations on your Diamond Jubilee
May God grant you continued good health and happiness
and may you continue to set an inspiring example
to us all.
Durudarshan H. Dadlani

The Olympic Torch

Posted on May 23, 2012 at 3:37 PM Comments comments ()
Light from God
            The Olympic Torch, lit with a flame direct from sunlight in Olympia, is being carried around Britain on its 70 days voyage, a welcome sight, a light from God.
            "May the God Apollo give strength to all the competitors taking part in the Olympics, in a spirit of competitiveness and praiseworthiness."  That is how I believe the Greek actress invoked a blessing from up above as she carried the Torch in Olympia.  It was a beautifully choreographed display.  Wish they can arrange something similar at the start in London on 27th July.
            May the light from God spread throughout this land, and beyond, and welcome visitors from far and wide, in this year of the Queen's Diamond Jubilee.
Kind regards,